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. republican rcoe bartlett has held the st since he took office i1993 and has been longley favored. this is one race with the incumbt could be facing an upset. congreressman roscoe bartlett, welcome back to "washington busiss rort." you could be facing an upset. what do you think is going to happen? >> we wiwill have to wait and seeee what happens on election day. i aays run like i am 20. behind. >> where do you feel like y have strength going int tuesday? >> obviouslyly we haveoncerns in montgomery county because they do not know me. 55% of the district and westernn marylandnd, they know meow for 20 years. it has been a struggle getting acquainted with the new peopl in montgomery count >> it is an oddly drawn distri that everyonone aits was gerrymandered by the demrats. described to us whaparts are now in your district. >> down 270 a little bit to the east of 270 west, and the potomac. we have rockville. that is pretty muchur district of montgomomery count >> this is the election n where it all comes down to. what dififference could you make in congress to help fix the problems we're seeing
in the sixth district between roscoe bartlett and democrat elaney. lani redistricting might make -- made here is a look at district 1 where andy harris is running for reelection, and he will be headed back to the house of representatives. >> ruppersberger retain his seat. sarbanes so winds. but democratic incumbent donna edwards won in the fourth congressional district and district 5, house minority whip steny loiter faced three challengers in this election, but once again he wins the seat in the house. >> representative elijah cummings has served in the challengers. represented chris van hollen also won reelection, fending off three challengers in his race. >> debra wiener is that m&t bank stadium with the democrats this evening. how are people feeling there this evening? >> they just read the numbers and it is clear for the local races, it was kind of a cakewalk, as predicted. ben cardin being reelected to a second term, and the roscoe bartlett loss is huge. he was very entrenched in maryland. he actually was close friends with ruppersberger. what that does for the delegation is now there i
the stock market. >> bartlett is a congressman who carries a copy of the constitution at all times. he grew up in depression-era rural kentucky. >> his mother made family close out of feed sacks. the fiercely private bartlett agreed to sit down with our reporter. he explained how something left a lasting impact on top of the hill. >> i have been very lucky. >> after 20 years representing maryland's sixth route -- district, bartlett is going back to his farm. "my present plan is to retire. i have earned that, i think. we will see what happens. >> his resume would make your head spin. farmer, doctor, businessmen, scientists, and engineer for johns hopkins, nasa, and the navy. an investor with 20 patents, including the precursor to life- support here used by astronauts and firefighters. important parts of his past that have shaped his votes and his legacy. "i think it gives you a better appreciation of the background for a bill and the impact of the bill. >> his greatest accomplishments here? fostering friendships across the aisle. supporting embryonic stem cell research without destroying emb
delaney. he easily defeated incumbent republican roscoe bartlett. here's jessica doyle with closer look at the key factors in the race. good morning. >> good morning to both of you. of course 2012 will be remembered with a lot of voters in maryland as the year of redistricting. there was a lot of confusion in some parts. people used to vote in one district now voting in another. but no confusion in terms of some of the major results. let's take a look at results from maryland's district 6. house race of course we just told you republican roscoe bartlett did not win the day. instead democrat john delaney the vote count 79% to 38% with 97% of precincts reporting at this point. this was not close. but this was a situation for bartlett, of course with redistricting, we had this situation -- really made bartlett one of the most vulnerable incumbents in the nation. added a large contingent of montgomery county to his district and that county had a lot of registered democrats. bad news for republicans. but bartlett was vulnerable on other fronts including his age. at age 86 bartlett is the sec
, roscoe bartlett sits down with 11 news to talk about family and his plans after losing re-election. >>> and gear up for one of the biggest games of the season. oh, yeah, baby, what to expect as the team takes on the steelers next. >>> stormy weather showing up ton satellite imagery is either to the east or south of west of us, for the time being. we'll talk about the insta we'll talk about the insta ♪ use freedom and get cash back. ♪ack. ♪ five percent on hotels and airlines. ♪ ♪ oh everybody conga line, ok! activate your 5% cash back at ♪ everybody get, everybody get! ♪ >>> radar all clear around here this morning with clear skies. the nearest rain to us is down in florida just off the coast along the atlantic coastal areas of florida. little snow/rain mix up in the dako dakotas. see eras getting snow, lower elevations getting rain. all the way up to seattle and vancouver. that stormy weather out west will be persistent for the next day or so, or three or four in case you have plans to travel the west coast. all right. let's look at our ow
and independent candidates. roscoe bartlett, not so lucky. john delaney beat him in a bid for a 11th term. the democrat-controlled legislature made him one of the more vulnerable incumbents by adding part of montgomery county to his district. >> fireworks over the national harbour on news they had approved a controversial measures including expanding gambling. >> that includes a new casino said to be built at the harbor. more from baltimore. >> the election gathering here at the stadium in baltimore ended early tonight and ended happily with the announcements one by one that each member of the delegation, the democratic delegation to congress, had been reelected. they were thrilled to add a new member -- john delaney, who beat roscoe bartlett in the newly configured sixth congressional district that encompasses western maryland and northern montgomery county. the biggest cheers were reserved for those moments when it was announced that barack obama had been reelected. see what some of the people had to say. >> i am ecstatic. i am so glad that we now americans have an opportunity to contin
group] >> tonight, at 11:00, and scheduled retirement. we're talking about roscoe bartlett. >> he lost his bid after the sixth district was redrawn. you may not know the deep resume he has and the humble beginnings that have shaped his legacy on capitol hill. we have a preview. >> there is one thing he wants to make perfectly clear. he may be retiring, but it will not be easy. >> i m&a workaholic. i would have liked to have had a cure for it. >> for the 86-year old, serving 10 terms in congress is just the most recent entry on his resume. a lifelong farmer, he was raised in kentucky so poor his mother made the family clothing out of feed sacks. he grew up to break ground for nasa and the navy. >> my career spanned most of the things you could do in the country from building things to sites to inventing things. >> from his good friend nancy pelosi to being the greatest guy in the gop, roscoe bartlett, the exit interview. he tells us his greatest achievement in washington, his biggest regret, and what he plans to do next. that is tonight at 11:00. kate >> the forecast is not bad when the
games. that is a huge economic blow to the announcer: the washington post on roscoe bartlett: “a champion of the tea ideologue who is part of the problem in congress.” bartlett calls medicare unconstitutional. and even wants to completely abolish student loans for college. no wonder bill clinton and the washington post both endorse john delaney for his deep understanding of job creation. he'll be “an unusually effective congressman.” delaney: it's not about politics. it's about doing what's right to help the middle class. i'm john delaney, and i approve this message. >> coming up tonight at 11:00 it is the local election question that has a maryland tied up in knots. question 7 -- casino gambling. will dollars really ahead toward schools? tonight, we separate the fact from fiction. what you are really voting for tonight at 11:00. >> and doug is back to give us the forecast for the weekend. >> i forgot i get to tell you about turning the clock back in. one more time. when? tomorrow night? before you go to bed. you turn it back in our. here is the differ
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mccarren, 9news now. >> in maryland, after two decades in office, congressman roscoe bartlett will no longer hold office. last night he was defeated by democrat john delaney. >> now bartlett's loss and the victory is directly connected to an oddly redrawn congressional map in maryland. surae chinn has more. >> john delaney, your next member of the congress of the united states. >> reporter: democratic candidate john delaney sweeps the competition causing an upset for the historically conservative stronghold of maryland's sixth district seat held by ten term republican incumbent roscoe bartlett. >> i'm just very excited to have the privilege of representing the sixth district and i promise to work very hard to make a difference in peoples' lives. >> reporter: to include a big chunk of montgomery county like gaithersburg and jermantown. >> i think our message got through to voters. i think we worked very hard and it worked. >> reporter: supporters delighted. >> i think that's going to be really great for everyone in maryland. >> reporter: and one of his biggest fans, his father
this morning." >> he's not doing so good today. >> welcome back to "cbs this morning." bartlett's familiar quotations is out with a new edition, the first in a decade. >> some people are in it for the very first time, like steve jobs, jon stewart and barack obama. and jeff glor spoke with the man who put it all together. >> good morning. they've been doing this for 152 years. but bartlett says this is the most substantial revision ever. and the material has changed because our world has, too. >> ask not -- >> reporter: they range from the epic -- >> what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country. >> reporter: to the outrageous -- >> i love the smell of napalm in the morning. >> reporter: some are better sung. ♪ others can hardly be read. they are the phrases that define our world, all found side by side in one place, bartlett's familiar quotations. if you want a snapshot of who we are and why, this is where to look. >> always be closing. >> reporter: the collection of quotes was first published by bookseller john bartlett in 1855 as a way to keep notable passages
can't make the shot. finally a teammate steps in. welcome to cbs "this morning." >> bartlett's familiar quotations is out with a new edition, the first in a decade. >> some people are in it for the very first time like steve jobs and barack obama. jeff glor spoke with the man who put it together. >> they have been doing this for 152 years but bartlett's say this is the most substantial revision ever and the material has changed because our world has too. >> ask not -- >> they range from the epic -- >> ask what you can do for your country. >> -- to the outrageous. >> i love the smell of napalm in the morning. >> some are better sung. ♪ >> others can hardly be read. they are the phrases that define our world all found side-by-side in one place, bartlett's familiar quotations. if you want a snapshot of who we are and why, this is where to look. >> a always, b, be, c closing. >> the collection of quotes was first published by john bartlett in 1805. it was then 258 pages long. >> obviously his original edition was dominated by the bible, by shakespeare. that is what has expanded
1993, but now republican lawmaker roscoe bartlett is on the way out. he lost yesterday to democrat john delaney and joining me in studio is congressman elect john delaney. we want to thank you for joining us and congratulations on the big win. >> thank you, derek. >> let's put you to work right away. voting was a big problem yesterday, a lot of long lines and frustrated voters. what do you want to do about that? >> it's a state issue. >> maybe it shouldn't be. >> maybe it shouldn't, but i'm in favor of doing anything we can to expand voting opportunities. we should have more early votes, we should have more locations and we should even consider things at least in maryland like voting by maryland which they do in washington state. it's proven to be very successful. >> more money is what a lot of people would say you need to do. >> i think we get a better return on the investment with broader participation in the democracy. >> let's move on to the fiscal cliff. a lot of folks are counting on the lame duck congress to do something about it. that will be roscoe bartlett, the man you replace
will be leaving, roscoe bartlett who is going to be leaving. norm dixon and others. what the environment we look into congestionly? who will replace whom? and who will we see on the administration. >> i think the most important change on the hill in terms of the defense committee is that there were people from the vietnam generation who were like giants, people who could really move the chamber, like jack murtha, other victim, even john mccain who is timing out on the senate arms services committee. they are gradually being traded away, and replaced by people who may feel as strongly, but not as vocal and not as forceful. >> not as powerful either, and so they are not the deal-makers in either chamber. they can't bring along votes, even jon kyl could do that on strategic forces issues, and treat at thes and other things, so you're seeing these committees populated with so many green members, so little depth of the issues and knowledge and history, and so what you'll probably see is, again, the executive branch is going to be the boss and the congress is going to continue to roll over. >> so the
. that is not the right thing we are looking at. roscoe bartlett loses his seat. democrat john delaney is the winner. that was expected as the democratic leadership had redrawn that district to favor their party. >> and chris van hollen easily wins his re-election. we'll be back in a moment. a moment. >>> in the virginia senate race, democrat tim kaine held off a chal fedex republican george allen. kaine won a senate seat being vacated by jim webb and did it with strong support from younger voters and minorities. -- hell off a challenge from republican george allen. >> -- held off a challenge from republican george allen. >> it is time for all of us to come together to find common ground in our efforts to find solutions to our nation's common problems. >> with wins in both virginia and maryland, democrats are keeping control of the senate. >> that candidate in maryland, senator ben cardin. he won with 54% beating republican dan bongino. democrat keeping control of the senate again but just barely 1/3 of the senate was up for grabs. republicans lost two seats giv
held their seats with the exception of roscoe bartlett who was upset by john delaney. >> the maryland's congregational is made up almost entirely of democrats. andy harris is the sole conservative voice for maryland. >> it was a disappointing night for -- his colleague roscoe bartlett was defeated in the sixth district. we asked how that will affect his ability to get things done in the citd.c. >> we have huge issues with over-regulation and threats of over-taxation. our unemployment rate is higher than other parts of maryland. i will work with people in the first district. i will look beyond party labels. the election is over. i will work with my two senators and the rest of the delegation to help the district. >> the first former secret service agent to run for federal office but he was unable to oust ben cardin. the party is digesting disappointing results in maryland. members are talk about how to turn it around for the next election cycle. >> we have a more results on our elect for college map on our website, and our app. you can see the video from the present's roally
that was critical was one written by and charles bartlett. and charles bartlett -- saturday evening post story about what happened during the 13 days. charles barkley was a close friend of kennedy's. he actually i believe is responsible for introducing jack and jackie originally. so this article came out and one of the items in the percent at the stevenson had been soft and there is the implication he was willing to appease the soviets. he wanted in munich. at the stevenson was one of -- definitely one of the doves on the visors, but are severely under accusation. so this article comes out, which is until that moment had a good moment. hit a wonderful presentation of the united nations. the implication comes out that kennedy is the source for charles barkley. what you can do now going back to this peter salinger thing is we can go back to work out who charlie bartlett talked to the white house. look at these memos. >> people honestly abided by this. >> they generally did. peter salinger's telling everyone this comes comes from the president. they've got to do it for a while. it takes it off again bi
. some more critical. was one written by [inaudible] [laughter] and charles bartlett the saturday evening post about what happened during the days. charles bartlett was a close friend of kennedy. he had, i believe, was responsible for introducing jack and jackie, originally. and so this article came out, one of the items in there was that streefnson had been soft. there was an implication he was throbbing apiece the soviet. [inaudible] exactly. and this he was one of the definitely one of the dove at providers. it was a fairly unfair accusation. he was not alone in recommending all of this. >> host: absolutely. >> guest: the article comes out which is securing to that moment it had actually had a good moment. he had a wonderful presentation of the united nations. but the implication comes out then that kennedy has authorized this himself. he is the source of the charles bartlett article. what you can do going back to the thing, we can go back and look at who he talked to in the white house. what he talked to them. we can look at the memo. >> host: that presumed that people abided by that.
bartlett seat. they say he is expected to be unseated tonight, which would be huge, by someone who is running for the very first time. that is the big news from democratic party headquarters. right now they are getting ready for celebrations starting at about 9:15 tonight. >> the presidential election is not the only topic on the minds of maryland voters. they are being asked to weigh in on several key issues, including same-sex marriage and also expanded gambling. david collins joins us live from prince george's county. >> behind-the-scenes there is nervous energy. how of question 7 has feared at this point is honestly just a guess. what is known for sure is that the campaign for and against question 7 has hit the $90 million mark. mgm is pushing question 7 because it wants to operate a casino at national harbor. question seven must pass by majority vote both state wide and in prince george's. it allows casinos and table games at all gambling sites. mgm plans to invest $800 million in the casino and hire 4000 people. national harbor as a resort feel to it. hotels, shops, waterfron
a final resting placee marjorie (con't)::"and, he is now. he is. he's wth them agaii."richard bartlett, sttphen's son: . "they're &pshare that common bond. that was a nice eeling."honor guard: 12.04 "pleaseeaccept this flag as a symbol of our appreciation for your loved one's honorable and faithful perrice." donald: "hank you." donald german...he's here for his brother norman... who died pere killed in action.they are honored, though, just the same. richard bartlett, stephen's day, and, now, veterans day l - esson c. wyatt's daughter: 23.41 "we're not osing him." innpikesville,"we now have a place to comm and honor the other soldiers as well ass daddy, you know what i mean?" paul gessler,priist: 4.16 "their bodies are peecefullyy laid away, but their nnme(s) live on and on."fox45 ews at ten.(taps ends) all ix veteranssdonated their bodiee toouniversity of maryland's school of mediciie. meenwhill... across the countrr... people celebrated veteraas day and president obama ssokeeduring aaceeemony at arlington national cemetery members. bagpipes playing playingmilitary veteeans and r
is part of the problem in congress." bartlett calls medicare unconstitutional. and even wants to completely abolish student loans for college. no wonder bill clinton and the washington post both endorse john delaney for his deep understanding of job creation. he'll be "an unusually effective congressman." delaney: it's not about politics. it's about doing what's right to help the middle class. i'm john delaney, and i approve this message. . >>> the father of a silver spring toddler who fell out of a ninth floor apartment window is being charged in the incident. the 32-year-old faces child neglect and leaving a child unattended o. october 11th, the four-year-old fell 90 fee. a tree broke the child's fall but the four-year-old is still hospitalized with serious injuries. >>> we have a scaly surprise during a drug bust in anne arundel county. they found the gator and seized more than 3,000 worth of marijuana and in cash, nearlyity error hundred dollars and they charged him with multiple related charges. animal control took the gator to a facility for exotic animals. >>> a dog got
, old roscoe bartlett who also just lost his seat. mr. bartlett was the one who said rape hardly ever causes pregnancies. he knows that because -- well who knows! but he's quite sure that that's true. the republicans put todd akin and rosco bartlett on the science committee in congress. such is the republican party's respect for science. and since the republicans did hold on to the house this year, the republicans still get to determine the membership of the house science committee. do you want to know who they're going to put in charge of it? >> we don't know what those other cycles were caused by in the past. could be dinosaur flatulence or who knows. but we do know that the co2 in the past had its time when it was greater as well. >> dana rohrabachar. republicans say they may but the dinosaur farts guy in charge of the science knitty for congress. or instead they might choose this guy. >> co2 is a natural gas. now does this mean that all of us have to put catalytic converters on our noses so that there is no co2 that escapes into the atmosphere every time we exhale? >> congressman
it. they will let the center's bartlett for free. this is a nice resource. -- they will let the centers borrow it for free. this is a nice resource. you can borrow it from the adoptive living center. any other questions about using the wii? are you looking forward to having the opportunity to use the we at your center? no? [laughter] ok. some people might not be into using the wii. that is perfectly fine. yes? blind person. there may be some opportunities for people who are visually impaired. >> the director of our center is blind. she was telling us a story. she had a lot of fun playing bolling -- bowling. if you can remember what movement and where you had to do it, it is very fond -- very fun. bowling is one of the possibilities with the wii without having any adaptation, just having the remote and directing the person in the right spot. >> i have heard a couple of people have commented they cannot afford the wii. go to your local senior center. the broadband technology grant program has purchased about 40 systems to be distributed throughout the city. find out if your lo
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in the house. >> just the opposite in district 6 here in maryland where roscoe bartlett was unseated after two decades in the house. let's talk a little bit more about the election of president obama. what was the winning strategy that got him not only the popular vote although slim margin and the electoral vote? what did mitt romney do wrong? >> republicans are still picking up the pieces the morning and trying to figure out exactly where. but the two main things that i'm hearing from them is one they vastly underestimated president obama's ground game. he had very sophisticated system of appealing to microsegments of the population. and the other thing is republicans are going to have to have a bit of almost of a civil war over their party's future. you have the consecutive wing of the -- conservative wing of the party and the moderate and they both think it's the other's fault for why they didn't win. mitt romney campaigned according to some people as a conservative. which of those id owe logical temperaments caused him to not do as well as they thought. >> can anything can done? can we exp
, the state republican senator. in the sixth district, republican roscoe bartlett faces a serious challenge from democrat john delaney, who has been endorsed by former president bill clinton. andy harris is running for reelection virtually unopposed. his challengers include a libertarian, and a right- intended but supported by the democratic party. that race and others, made more interesting the cycle because the district have been redrawn. the congressional map itself is on the ballot. it is question north five. other key questions are emotionally charged. number four, the dream act. merrill lenders have the choice to vote for or against a new measure that makes some illegal immigrants eligible for in-state college tuition. question north six is on gay marriage, -- question number 6 is on a marriage. with a ballot question number 7, voters will also decide if they are for or against expanded gaining in maryland. you can find out where to vote by using the pauling locator on the a maryland board of elections website. all are open from 7 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. if you are in line at 8:00 p.m., you
term. the only upset came in the house, district six republican incumbent roscoe bartlett will not return to capitol hill. bartlett lost to democrat john del i'm you. maryland appear democratic leadership basically osh straight his defeat by redrawing a district. >>> they are having a hard time pulling off a win but did a long-standing legend about the redskins and the presidential election hold true? more on that coming up in the morning line.  it's my coffee when i want it. you press a button, you have great dunkin' coffee. i got my coffee for the morning, i got my dunkin' k-cup packs for the rest of the day. only available at dunkin' donuts restaurants. america runs on dunkin' coffee. i'm drinkin' a dunkin' latte. i'm in love with my dunkin' latte. it is a treat. they're packed with flavor. it's my kind of latte. try the simply delicious latte everyone can enjoy. america runs on dunkin'! >>> back now with more coverage of the presidential race. what really led to the president's victory? joining us this morning to discuss that is a republican political
: the washington post on roscoe bartlett: "a champion of the tea ideologue who is part of the problem in congress." bartlett calls medicare unconstitutional. and even wants to completely abolish student loans for college. no wonder bill clinton and the washington post both endorse john delaney for his deep understanding of job creation. he'll be "an unusually effective congressman." delaney: it's not about politics. it's about doing what's right to help the middle class. i'm john delaney, and i approve this message. >>> the consulate attack in libya making head lines today. there's news that the consulate was under surveillance. the consulate staff say a person was taking pictures inside the compound and that person was part of the police unit sent to protect the consulate. also a new time line shows cia agents went to help the staff less than 25 minutes after they got the first call. >>> in oregon, a deer hunter is lucky to be alive after he was attacked by a wounded bear. sheriff's deputies say 22-year-old hunter was attacked after the wound bear put him in a bear hug. the two tumbl
that pits the incumbent roscoe bartlett against john delaney. do you get a sense of where that race is now? >> trending away from bartlett. the democrats were very careful to draw new round byes for the race and -- boundaries for the race. and so far that strategy seems to be holding up and we'll see what the returns show. >> let's talk about the ballot questions in maryland. this is a biggie. question 7, which would expand gaming across the state. and in particular, would have big vegas style casino in prince george's county. if this does not go forward and you and i have talked about this, you said this could be really ugly going forward. >> it could be ugly in two respects. there's been an enormous amount of political capital invested to bring a large casino to prince george's county. so if it goes down, there's a lot of political back story and a lot of political baggage that will have to be sorted out. this is going to radically thing not only national harbor and the environs and the state of maryland as well. >> bigger issues later in the evening. question 6, if it passes, maryland w ideologuet: who is part of the problem in congress." bartlett calls medicare unconstitutional. and even wants to completely abolish student loans for college. no wonder bill clinton and the washington post both endorse john delaney for his deep understanding of job creation. he'll be "an unusually effective congressman." delaney: it's not about politics. it's about doing what's right to help the middle class. i'm john delaney, and i approve this message. >>> it's 6:15 right now. if you see snowplows around the stadium this morning don't panic. the district is holding a dry run to make sure crews are ready for winter weather. about 700 plow drivers will hit their regular routes while the rest of the snow team will make sure they're up to date on what needs to be done the next time it snows. >> a live look outside, you can see the washington monument off in the distance there. it's friday. so it's all good. yeah, we don't need any of that winter weather right now. >> i feel like we're going to get it soon. i don't know why. >> because you know what? because it felt wintery yesterday. >> maybe t
be shifted away from big chain stores and towards mom and pop shops in their area. mayor bartlett great to see you. >> good to see you. thank you. >> what is tulsa doing to get ready for small business saturday? >> tulsa is a mecca for small business. we're having a lot of local promotions but we're trying to do it specifically. in the downtown area we are opening up buildings that have specialized shops inside the building in larger areas where they have an opportunity because of one bit of advertising that brings people inside. it's like having a mall in the downtown area. >> for a lot of people who want to support small business but they want to do one-top shopping. it's cheaper at a big box store. as the mayor of the city, why is it so important that people support small business? >> well, for our city about 80% of our revenue comes from sales taxes reseals. there's so much of it it around. it supports local people. and we're not as tied to decisions made outside the economy. locally we are doing very well. so we may have a more affordable buying pattern. decisions made low l cally
in their area. joining me now is the mayor of tulsa, oklahoma, mayor dewey bartlett. what is tulsa doing to get ready for small business saturday? >> what we're doing is having a lot of local promotions, from our claim ber as well as from our city government. what we are trying to do is very specifically. in our downtown area, we are opening up buildings that have specialized shops inside the building in larger areas where they have an opportunity, because of one bit of advertising that brings people in the door. they can see a variety of shops in one building. it's sort of like having a mall in the downtown area. >> mayor, for a lot of people that want to support small business but they want to do one-stop shopping at a big box store, it is a little bit cheaper at a big box store. as the mayor of a city, why is it so important that people support small business? >> well, for our city, we really live and die off of sales tax revenue. that's for about 80% of our revenue comes from sales tax receipts. small business is the life blood of a community. there is so much of it around. if we promote sm
incumbent roscoe bartlett this evening. >> the polls closed hours ago. some folks, believe it or not, are still out there in the cold waiting to vote. ken molestina at potomac middle school in virginia. how long is the line now, kenny? >> reporter: well, i have to report, derek, it wrapped up just moments ago. the last vote was cast shortly after 10:50. what a long night it was tonight for everyone involved. this was an unprecedented turnout, and it was testament of americans who truly want to come out and support the selection. like a never-ending string of spaghetti lining the inside halls, these voters packed in one behind another and stood in line for what seemed like an eternity. >> it's absurd. my wife is at the next district down at the senior high. she dropped me off, realized she was in the wrong place. went down herself voted, came back and stood with me for two hours. >> reporter: poll officials here estimate the wait time was four hours at its peak. greg jackson works at the poll and was the last person in line when the clock struck 7:00 p.m. >> compared to 2008, there's
delaney beat long time incumbent roscoe bartlett. the lines were recently redrawn. in virginia's 8th district, jim moran beat patrick murray by an overwhelming margin. it's the second time murray challenged moran. >>> it is now 4:36. 40 degrees. still to come, lots of voters stood in line to cast their votes. coming up, we'll keep an eye on the voting problems in virginia and nationwide. >>> welcome back. at 4:39, it has been a cold start to the week and getting even colder. we've mentioned the "s" word. i had to dig out the winter coats for my kids. they said, you know what, it's november. i'm not putting on my winter coat. >> tom, seems like a big word already. >> and the "s" word is not sun. we're talking about maybe some snow later today. >>> right now storm team 4 radar showing this coastal area of low pressure we've been talking about the last couple of days. it is now a reality. it is a rapidly deepening area of low pressure. a buoy here about 50 miles northeast of ocean city. there's a gust of wind out there about 40 miles an hour. it is really beginning to intensify. right a
of the house john bone boener said he would be sad to lose one seat. he lost it when bartlett was not re-elected. the western maryland republican farmer and college professor lost to john delaney who who is a self made millionaire who is now one of the richest members of congress. . >> all right on the weather front, continuing to watch the storm to the south here. as we look at this, you can see it just off the carolina coast here. showers coming down and this is just the beginning. we expect drizzle by first thing in the morning and we're looking at the possibility of good winds by the afternoon and a change from snow to rain and snow to just snow tomorrow night. these are coastal flood warnings up for southern delaware through the jersey coastline. and temperatures now running on the cold side so we have the cold air available, temperatures are going to struggle l to get out of the 30s tomorrow. we're looking at cold werths with a light wintery mix. give yourself a little time on the morning commute. by mid-day it's rain mixed with snow back to rain. by tomorrow evening, we'll see mo
time 6:08. roscoe bartlett is the only incumbent not keeping his seat. he lost to john delanny a self- made millionaire who is one of the wealthiest members of congress with a net worth of more than $260 million. >>> democrats in maryland are celebrating. >> and for a good reason. from cardin to cummings they cleaned house and we will go to the victory party to show you how things went. >> no matter where you are or what shape you are in exercise makes all the difference. >> hope downjolt -- enjoyed -- hope you enjoyed the sunshine yesterday a nor'easter is on way. >> rain is pushing in from south to north. i will tell you when we will have the switch over to snow coming up. >> reporter: well, two accidents have cleared from here on 95. i am tracking the delays and we will show you what the beltway and 83 look like coming up on good morning maryland. >> let's look at times square this morning. activity is picking up on this day after the election. let's head to new york now for the very latest in today's tech bites. >> reporter: in today's tech bite election night goes viral as it was
's congressional delegations. roscoe bartlett was defeated in the sixth district. we asked how that will affect his ability to get things done. >> we have huge issues with over regulation and threats of over taxation. our unemployment rate is higher than other parts of maryland. i will look beyond party labels. i will work with my two senators and the rest of the delegation to help the district. >> the effort to capture a senate seat failed. history was made as the first former secret service agent to run for office against ben cardin. the party is digesting largely disappointing news in maryland. people are talking about how to turn it around during the next election cycle. >> 5:12. 38 degrees at the airport. it is back to work for washington. >> how long they have to make a move before things change for americans. >> we are taking a look at the area roads. >> now insta-weather plus and traffic pulse 11 together. >> good morning. sarah caldwell checking on your morning commute. not bad on the area roads. there is a problem in annapolis along river road. we have an accident. looking good on 97. 57
. >> and incumbent is in danger in maryland, roscoe bartlett, republican. ischemic roscoe bartlett is a victim of a democratic redistricting in that he used to represent western maryland and now comes all the way down into montgomery county and the washington, washington d.c. suburbs. and he's a businessman is a prisoner of the state legislature with the space nature is it to be tough for bartlett even though bartlett has an environmental street to him that doesn't make him a typical republican but i think that he is facing a different electronic that is wealthy and they're going to be tough to keep the majority. >> , john tierney getting a lot of attention with some allegations of gambling and offshore money they may have made for him and his family. what's happening up there? >> he is in a lot of trouble. we believe that he is an underdog in the race and i think it is for a couple of different reasons. one is that he does have this cloud surrounding him. his brother-in-law, his wife served some time for misconduct and i think that is a cloud that is part of his problem. the other challenges
to kath. >> this lady from california. all righty. which actor played president bartlett in the popular tv series "the west wing," john list lithgow, rob lowe, martin sheen or jeff daniels? >> martin sheen. >> more cheating than in the election. >> people know. what is going on? >> originally, the president, aaron sorkin when he wrote "the west wing" didn't think the president would be featured at all and martin sheen cast in four episodes, he was so great, they kept bringing him back. >> he was great in that role. i think time for another one. >> one more. all right, true or false, every president in the white house has been married. >> false. >> third time they cheated in a row. >> who knew all the answers? the girl in the back? give her all the money. so, who was not married? >> james buchanan, the 15th president, never got married. he did live for 15 years with his man friend, another senator, not saying anything. >> what? >> i did not know. >> just saying -- before becoming president, he had a male roommate friend. >> because of that we are going to do one more. go ahead, one more. >>
in the house. in the sixth district. john delaney beat incumbent roscoe bartlett. the lines in that district were recently redrawn to include a large part of montgomery county. democrats also celebrating a big win up in massachusetts. elizabeth warren beat scott brown for the u.s. senate seat there. the democrats regained the seat that was held by the late ted kennedy for 47 years. warren will be the first woman to represent massachusetts in the senate. >>> democrats are holding on to a u.s. senate seat in missouri, thanks to controversy created by a republican challenger. todd akin lost to incumbent mccaskill. akin came under fire for comments he made he called legitimate rape. he said abortion should not be allowed in conception by rape. republicans called for him to drop out of that race. >>> tim kaine said he's determined to work with people on both sides of the aisle when he takes his seat in the u.s. senate. as julie carey reports now, his victory was likely changed by the demographics in the commonwealth. >> reporter: tim kaine had just started to celebrate his own victory when he was
in the house, district six, republican incumbent roscoe bartlett will not return to capitol hill. but lost to democrat john delaney. delaney. >>> as we go to break, more from president obama's speech early this morning as he thanked supporters for electing him to four more years in the white house. ite house. >> i believe we can keep the promise of our founders, the idea that if you are willing to work hard, it doesn't matter who you are or where you come from or what you look like or where you live, it doesn't matter if you are black or white or hispanic or asian or native american or young or old or rich or poor, able, disabled, gay or straight, you can make it here in america if you are willing to try. ♪me and you... ghirardelli squares chocolate... ♪a little rendezvous savor our luscious filling combined with our slow melting chocolate. ♪that little reward for all the things you do.♪ only from ghirardelli. >>> even though he won't be vice president, republican congressman paul ryan still has a job in washington. he was reelected to his seat in the house. ryan voted yesterday in
roscoe bartlett will be defeated, which would be very big indeed. so they are watching a few things. first, howard county, which is really in maryland kind of a bellwether jurisdiction. as howard county goes, so does the rest of maryland. they will be looking at howard county to get a feel for how the ballot questions are going. a lot of money has been spent in the cardin race, and that will be seeing what happens with the congressional map. maybe it is inside baseball to a lot of people, but not if you are an elected official. it determines who votes for you and who usurped. senator cardin is expected at 8:30, bloodiest beaches at 9:15, and judging by the amount of -- speeches at 9:15. >> local gop officials are staying at the bwi westin hotels. kerry cavanaugh is there with the news crew, but officials at the headquarters there are asking us to hold off reports setting up our equipment, as our live reports will begin later tonight. >> be sure to check our voters' guide and sample ballot on and then follow live results on 11 news with our brand new interactive results ma
roscoe bartlett. that district's lines were recently withdrawn to include a large swath of democratic leaning montgomery county. and democrats elected chris van holland for a sixth term. he beat republican challenger 67%-30%. >>> in virginia, democrats won key house seats. in district 1, rod whitman beat adam cook. in district 7, wayne powell lost to eric cantor 41-59%. in the 8th congressional district, jim moran beat wayne murray. wolf beat cabral in district 10. and don't forget, you can see all the results skroelling crole bottom of your screen throughout the morning. >>> president obama is facing high expectations from voters when it comes to the economy. voters at the polling place, 6 out of 10 say the economy is the top issue. supporters say the economy is slowly but surely improving. only 25% say they're better off than they were four years ago. half wanted to repeal president obama's health care law. and 6 of 10 agreed that taxes should be increased. >> news 4's melissa mollet at the live desk with more on the reaction from the president's re-election. >>> we have heard from
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